Casablanca
Valparaiso Province
Chile:Travel prohibited
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Things To Do in Casablanca

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1 Reviews
Exhibition
137***66Except for bad weather, the museum is open every day at 11:00 a.m. and is located at the end of a short coastal short circuit in Quintay cove (with clear signs). The space where the museum is located is a restored old Quintay whaling boat; this place is divided into 5 sections covering different topics related to whales, some of which are incomplete or under construction as of January 2020. There are two kinds of materials in English and Spanish, but there are at least 4 of the 5 rooms, and the small room has audiovisual materials. The facilities have free bathrooms.
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coo***anAlejandra Gutiérrez is our tour guide and a knowledgeable sommelier. She greeted us with rosé wine, and then we drove through the vineyard in a carriage, and drove onto the footsteps in the carriage. The vineyard used to be a cattle farm, and they found that the microclimate of the vineyard allowed many varieties, so they were able to plant the only Malbec outside of Argentina. Our wine education continues. Chardonnay's malolactic fermentation gives them a buttery taste, and drink a slightly cooled Pinot Noir. We introduced us to a Cabernet Sauvignon that everyone loves (for us). The setting is also very cute!
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2 Reviews
coo***anWe visited the Emiliana vineyard. so perfect. The shop is very suitable for buying quality organic wines at reasonable prices. We also went on a tour and tasting called Gê (named after its most famous wine, it’s amazing). We ended our visit with a good lunch in the restaurant. You can also choose a picnic basket.
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coo***anMuch healthier than the large shops in town, with a wide range of varieties, family run for decades, always help to find high-quality plants for your indoor or outdoor space. When driving between the Wiener/Valpo and Algarrobo/San Antonio areas, this must stop for me.
Nearby City
4.3/5
24 Reviews
Modern Architecture
开心Valparaiso, about 1.5-2 hours by car from Santiago, the capital of Chile. At first, I didn’t dare to take a bus because I didn’t know much about it. We chartered a car. It felt like a seaside town full of graffiti. This is the first time Seeing such beautiful graffiti, I took a lot of photos, and the food was not bad. The bus ride was very good when I came back! It is safe and clean, there are not many people, and there are many shifts. The time to run is similar to a small car, but the price is much cheaper than a chartered car, so it is recommended that you can take a bus if you want to go.
Nearby City
4.2/5
20 Reviews
Square
乖小咪Sotomayor Square is the largest and most important municipal square in Valparaiso. All important buildings on the square, including the city hall, hero monument, grand theater, etc. are all around the square. It is also a place with a lot of tourists, and there will be military police on duty here every day. It should be said that Valparaiso is the most worthwhile place to visit.